Location in northern India
|Elevation||3,022 m (9,915 ft)|
|Parent range||Garhwal Himalaya|
Nag Tibba ('Serpent's Peak'), 3,022 metres (9,915 ft), is the highest peak in the lesser himalayan region of Uttarakhand state (Garhwal Division) and a region of Bugyals (High Altitude Meadows) .It lends its name to the 'Nag Tibba Range', itself the next-northerly of the five folds of the Himalaya. It is situated 16 km (9.9 mi) away from Landour cantonment, and around 57 km from Mussoorie in Tehri Garhwal region of Uttarakhand. The 'Nag Tibba Range' is amongst three principal ranges of the Lesser Himalayas, which includes the Dhauladhar, and the Pir Panjal, which branched off from the Great Himalayas.
It is believed to be the abode of 'Nag Devta' or God of Snakes, from which it borrows the first part of its name; 'Tibba' is a local word for hill or peak. Local villagers come here to offer their prayers to Nag Devta for the protection of their cattle. This place is at an elevation of 3048 meters. Nag Tibba is the highest peak in the lower Himalayan range of Uttarakhand.
Nagtibba means the place or abode of the Snake God. It has a temple on the top, and a little over, one can see the entire Bandarpoonch ranges of Great Indian Himalayas towards the Yumnotri side.